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Healthy Legacy promotes healthy lives by supporting the production and use of everyday products without toxic chemicals. We advocate for consumer education, business leadership, and protective policies to advance safe alternatives in Minnesota.

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Minnesota Department of Education: Our mission is to improve educational achievement by establishing clear standards, measuring performance, assisting educators and increasing opportunities for lifelong learning.
As a department, we are focusing on four primary goals:

  1. Improve Achievement for all students
  2. Enhance Teacher Quality
  3. Expand Education Options for Students and Families
  4. Implement Education Finance Reform and Enhance Accountability

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Naturally Kids is a project created for the Minnesota Master Naturalist Program, which is sponsored by the University of Minnesota Extension Service and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Its mission is to provide meaningful opportunities for Minnesota children with disabilities to enhance their lives and build competence by exploring and experiencing the natural world.

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World Association for Infant Mental Health

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LDA Minnesota

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Family Center on Technology and Disability

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FRIENDS National Resource Center on Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention is pleased to announce the addition of Home Visitor Safety Training to our website.  Developed by the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), the training consists of a Safety Guideline Manual for Home Visitors and seven video segments accompanied by PowerPoint slides. The segments include General Safety Guidelines, Family Assessment, Domestic Violence, Mental Health, Gangs and Firearms, Meth and Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting.

We thank the Oklahoma State Department of Health for making this resource available to you through our website. Please visit the training at http://friendsnrc.org/cbcap-priority-areas/home-visitation/oklahoma-home-visitor-training.

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Zero Kids Waiting

Zero Kids Waiting is the monthly eNewsletter of Minnesota Adoption Resource Network, a 30-year old organization that creates and supports lifelong nurturing families for children needing permanency. As an email subscriber to Zero Kids Waiting, you will receive a monthly update about what our organization and others are doing to promote adoption of Minnesota children and teens.

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RaceBridges for Schools (www.racebridgesforschools.com) offers resources to help teachers and administrators create a school climate that fosters knowledge of and respect for diversity. The lesson plans on this site will assist teachers in building community in their classrooms while honoring the wide range of differences among their students.

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Teaching Tolerance A project of the southern poverty law center

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